Social accountability in the delivery of social protection: Exploration of approaches and principles

On 1 March 2018, HelpAge International and the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth organised the second in a three part webinar series focused on the role of social accountability in the delivery of social protection. The recording is available here and the presentation here . The event explored approaches to social accountability through two case studies. The first was the Zanzibar Universal Pension Scheme (ZUPS), a non-contributory social pension available to all older Zanzibaris aged 70 years and above (approximately 25,000 older people). Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania with a population of almost 1 million. The second case study was the Social Protection and Poverty Reduction programme in Indonesia, which has a number of integrated social protection...Read more
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Throughout their lives, rural women face multiple risks to their livelihoods and overall wellbeing, yet their access to affordable insurance schemes remains inadequate. This webinar, organised by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) and the 

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Recording of the webinar organised by the Social Protection for Employment – Community (SPEC) which discussed BRAC’s graduation programme, Targeting the Ultra Poor (TUP).
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Samuel Hall

Samuel Hall is an independent think tank providing research and strategic services, expert analysis, tailored counsel and access to local knowledge for a diverse array of actors operating in the world’s most challenging environments.

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Indonesia - Badan Pelaksana Jaminan Sosial Kesehatan, BPJS-K (Health Social Security Implementing Agency)

The main mission of the BPJS-L is to improve the quality of service that is equitable to the participants, health care providers and other stakeholders through a working system that is effective and efficient. For that, strengthening the capacity and governance of the organization, supported by professional human resources, research, planning and evaluation, business process management and effective risk management, and efficient infrastructure and reliable information technology.

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Indonesia - Kemenag (Ministry of Religious Affairs)

The Ministry of Religious Affairs is a government agency which is responsible for religion-related matters, such as Hajj, religious education, among others. 

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Indonesia - Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Ministry of Education and Culture)

The Ministry of Education and Culture is a government ministry which organises early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education and community education affairs and the management of culture within the Indonesian government.   

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Indonesia - Kementerian Sosial, MoSA (Ministry of social affairs)

The final goal of the Ministry of Social Affairs is to improve the ability of the population to meet basic needs ensuring the fulfilment of basic rights and inclusiveness for the poor and vulnerable, persons with disabilities, and other marginal groups. 

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